Author Topic: racist watch | DOXX a """"Nazi""""  (Read 1474 times)

What a wonderful world we live in.

Do you hate Trump?
Do you believe Trump Supporters have no rights?

Well, this is the future! Now you can DOXX your neighbors with an easy search.

No I'm not putting the website here. It's potentially rule breaking, but I just want everyone to be aware of it so they can prepare for the possible incoming mob of jackasses.


i mean, if you support trump you aren't pro-america.


cite your sources or we won't panic

he could be you

he could be me

he could be anyone one of us

freedom of speech is a constitutional right; anonymity while expressing it is not

freedom of speech is a constitutional right; anonymity while expressing it is not
doxxing is illegal because its a breach of privacy retard

freedom of speech is a constitutional right; anonymity while expressing it is not
Alright, then antifa can't wear masks anymore.

Alright, then antifa can't wear masks anymore.
ok go rip their masks off then lol

it not being a right doesn't require them to not be anon lol

same goes for the internet, just because it's not a right doesn't mean everyone's screen names should be their name

i agree with you doxing is bad lol, but this is a leap in logic

doxxing is illegal because its a breach of privacy retard
there is no breach of privacy. all information released is literally public information. nobody will know who you are or where you live unless you voluntarily divulge this information

there is no breach of privacy. all information released is literally public information. nobody will know who you are or where you live unless you voluntarily divulge this information
i think doxxing can be considered a crime when you are publicly displaying private information (aka a phone number that is not public) or something

also having a database of these doxes sounds like its inciting violence or literally targetted harassment, which could be considered a crime(?idk)

well no one would know your phone number unless you provided it to them in some indirect or direct way. in the case where you provide it to some service and they somehow get hacked, it still states in their EULA that they are only reasonably responsible

well no one would know your phone number unless you provided it to them in some indirect or direct way. in the case where you provide it to some service and they somehow get hacked, it still states in their EULA that they are only reasonably responsible
theres a difference posting publicly available information that the person intentionally released for all to see, and collecting a bunch of public or semi public information and then releasing it for all to see (and potentially use in negative ways, like harassment)

like i could use social engineering to figure out your name, where you live, your phone number, your place of employment, gf/bf/family/etc given just your email. theres no liability in such a process, and the info is “public” in the sense that anyone else could go through all these hoops to get it/you released it to various parties at various times, but its clearly passing many lines in terms of decency/respect/privacy
« Last Edit: October 19, 2019, 08:39:12 PM by Conan »

theres a difference posting publicly available information that the person intentionally released for all to see, and collecting a bunch of public or semi public information and then releasing it for all to see (and potentially use in negative ways, like harassment)

like i could use social engineering to figure out your name, where you live, your phone number, your place of employment, gf/bf/family/etc. theres no liability in such a process, and the info is “public” in the sense that anyone else could go through all these hoops to get it, but its clearly passing many lines in terms of decency/respect/privacy
This, so much this. I don't understand how people cannot grasp how collating all of this information is obviously for the use of harassment, and view doxxing as "ok".